Friday, May 9, 2008

Boomer Wants to Return to the Bronx

In less than two weeks, David "Boomer" Wells will be 45 years old. In spring training last year, he was diagnosed with Type II diabetes and is currently not on a major league roster. Yesterday, Boomer told the N.Y. Post that he sees a future for himself back on the mound at Yankee Stadium this season. With the Yankees pitching woes, Wells might not be a bad option at the back of the rotation with his experience, desire, and beer-chugging abilities. Wells told the Post he has been working out in his hometown of San Diego, doing 12-ounce curls with Bud Light bottles and working on his biceps by lifting his belly up and down. When Hank Steinbrenner was asked about a possible Wells-New York reunion, he said "I've thought about it. I saw him on TV, and I did think about it when I was watching." What an intelligent comment yet again out of Little Stein! While Hank has not discussed the possibility with Cashman or Girardi, former Yankee starting pitcher / magnet wearer extroadinaire Hideki Irabu firmly supports a Wells return (as shown by his goofy clapping performance seen above). What a fat pussy toad!

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